- Eat a variety of magnesium-rich foods, including kale, spinach, pumpkin seeds, chia, almonds, cashews, black beans, edamame, dark chocolate and brown rice3.
- Be mindful of taking zinc, acid-blocking medications, or diuretics, as they can lower the amount of magnesium in the body3.
- Heal the gut lining to improve absorption of magnesium in the small intestine from food and supplements.
- Treat the cause of pain, muscle tension, anxiety, or insomnia using a whole-body approach. This may involve physiotherapy, exercise, weight loss, meditation, or a healthy bedtime routine.
- Use a nutrition tracking tool to calculate your typical daily magnesium intake, and make adjustments using diet and supplements to achieve a minimum of 420mg per day1.
About 40% of Canadians consume less than the Estimated Average Requirement of magnesium1. Lab testing of serum magnesium is, unfortunately, not helpful for understanding our magnesium status2. Instead, we need to assess our nutritional intake of magnesium to understand if we are getting enough of this essential nutrient.
Adults should aim to get at least 420mg of magnesium daily3, butthis can be challenging to consistently achieve, even with a healthy diet.Salus Magnesium provideshighly bioavailable magnesium to help us achieve daily optimal magnesium intake.
Together with a healthy diet, Salus Magnesium helps us to maintainstrong bones3, support hormones and the nervous system3, and regulate blood pressure4. It also helps to promote relaxation, reduce anxiety6, and alleviate headaches and pain5.
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